MOMs+ is a part of CPCQC's IMPACT BH program and an extension of the work of the Colorado MOMs Initiative. It is a maternal overdose prevention program focused on helping birthing hospitals statewide provide equitable access to treatment and recovery for perinatal patients with substance use disorders, including connection to the patient and family, initiation of medication for opioid use disorder and treatment of other substance use disorders, and transition to outpatient treatment and recovery with community providers and resources. The MOMs+ Summit will be a time to meet in person with clinicians from the 10 pilot birthing hospitals, interact with the MOMs+ Team, collaborate together on shared barriers and opportunities, and review hospital implementation plans. We will also discuss key topics in perinatal substance use disorder treatment, including combating stigma, implementation of the new SuPPoRT Colorado Toxicology Testing Guidance, review of the update legislation on mandatory reporting related to substance-exposed newborns, integration of peer support services, and building strong referral networks.
The target audience will be clinicians from the 10 Colorado birthing hospitals participating in the MOMs+ program, including attendees from Boulder Community Health, Children's Hospital Colorado, Denver Health, Lutheran Medical Center, Montrose Regional Health, Parkview Medical Center, Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center, Rose Medical Center, St. Francis Hospital, and Swedish Medical Center. Clinicians from these hospitals will include L&D nursing leaders, L&D provider champions, OB hospitalists, educators, quality improvement, behavioral health specialist, IT, pharmacy, social work, and peer support.
At the conclusion of this activity, participants should be able to:
1. Recognize common gaps in and barriers to providing equitable care for perinatal patients and families affected by substance use and use disorders
2. Identify evidence-based practices in birthing hospitals for delivering best practice care to perinatal patients and families affected by substance use
3. Apply tools and strategies to improve outcomes for perinatal patients and families affected by substance use disorder(s)
8:30am Coffee + Breeakfast 9:10am Welcome Session
Topic: Connect to Purpose, Lived Experience, Stories of Recovery, Stop the Stigma. Speaker: Hard
Beauty (Prescillia Wells, Tammy Worthley, Courtney Anadon)
10am Session 1
Topic: MOMs+ Overview, Common Gaps and Vision. Speakers: Donald Stader MD, Rachael Duncan PharmD
11am Session 2
Topic: A guide to Implementation: Toolkits, Modules, Videos, Order Sets/Clinical Pathways.
Speakers: Susan Bradley PharmD, Rachael Duncan PharmD, Kaylin Klie MD
Noon - lunch Break and Networking.
Breakout Sessions with Core Groups Nursing, Social Work, Clinicians
1pm Session 3
Topic: Updating Policy and Practice: Toxicology Testing and Reporting. Speakers: Laurie Halmo MD,
2pm Session 4
Topic: What's Next? PoSC, Building Referral Networks, Achieving the Warm Handoff. Speakers: Angela
Swafford, Kaylin Klie, Savannah Putman (HardBeauty)
2:50pm Closing Session.
Speakers: Donald Stader MD, Rachael Duncan PharmD
Please see the below information for information regarding room blocks in Sheraton Denver West Hotel. Lodging accommodations need to be booked directly with the hotels listed below.
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